Watch The Video For Panic! At The Disco ‘Hey Ma, I Made It!’
Singer Brendon Urie dropped the visual for Panic! At The Disco, “Hey Ma, I Made It,” which cameos Dillon Francis who also produced the single. The song talks about how becoming a musician is not smooth. It is easy to get lost in the journey to become successful but if you have what it takes and keep your eyes on the prize, you’ll surely make it and the reward will be amazing loving fans and some great music.
In the Video, Brendon transforms into a lively puppet who has an untamed lifestyle, vomiting on top-class escorts and snorting cocaine. Puppets face itself is strikingly similar to Urie’s face. The production is done by Dillon Francis and he appears halfway through the video. The song raises the hard subject with brilliant melodies and lively energy. The backdrop for Urie is spacious and he compliments the tone in his own Urie way. Pop did by Francis while Urie vocals above it make the perfect combination. The song is obtained from Panic! Latest LP ‘Pray For The Wicked.’
The video’s some part focuses heavily on the relationship between an artist and record label. It shows the sensitive issues which show record label company manager making an artist his hand puppet tied with the strings. Generally artists sign the first company which offers them a record deal. Visual shows exploitative nature of our Music Industry and colors the despicable nature of record label companies.
Brendon Urie tells Entertainment weekly, “I was just Inviting some of my buddies to my house, and I was like, ‘Let’s work on some tracks and see what happens.” Well, good decision Urie, as the song is hit and fans are going crazy for it. But some other tracks from the album are too stunt-oriented from the rest of the album. Like the two singles “One of the drunks” & “Dancing is not a crime” never quite connect with each other. But both are rocking songs with their full possibility out of reach. The most depressing is “Roaring 20s” which loses itself in vocals and phrasing.Tell us what you think of the visuals and the song. Comment in the comment section below.
Watch the Visuals dropped for Panic! At The Disco ‘Hey Ma, I Made It!’ below: